Ihor Shvaika to take part in Grain Forum - 2014
The thirteenth international conference "Grain Forum - 2014: New markets, Challenges and Opportunities" begins its work on June 17, 2014.
Development trends of the grain market in 2014/15 MY, the Ukrainian market of grains and its by-products: new season challenges, became the key themes of the current year event.
Taking into account the present-day realities of the Ukrainian grain market, the event program focuses on the theme of the infrastructure of the Ukrainian grain market, and the new environment, which the market is forced to work in. The reporting topic will be discussed within the special session on the second day of the event.
In addition, the Forum program includes two roundtables on the following topics: “Grain export shipments in 2013/14 MY. Prospects for 2014/15 season” (under support of Ukrainian Grain Association) and “Improving the effectiveness of agribusiness in the heightened risk conditions” (Organizational partner – Kyiv Mohyla Business School [kmbs]).
Ihor Shvaika, Minister of Agrarian Policy and Food of Ukraine, confirmed his participation in the conference.
Here you can receive more detailed information about participation and program of the conference.
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